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  1. I rip my CDs with dBPowerAMP into MP3s at 128 kb/s.
  2. WHAT?? ARE YOU SAYING YOU DON'T LIKE SOLLYS??? Man, they're the best freakin class in the game, I love being a solly. That and medic or sniper. But yeah, for a TFC port, I wouldn't care even if it were just like HL:S, with prettier water/effects available, just with all the old maps and textures. TFC doesn't need all sorts of physics objects and crap. Ragdoll would rock though . C'mon Valve, you can do it!
  3. Well maybe you could put some Rebels in a hold-out somewhere, like a secret. Entity limit allowing, that is. Speaking of secrets, I have to boot the demo up again sometime to see if I can find the Jawa...he is in Talay, right?
  4. Happy Birthday dude. You planning on getting the aMOTION (I don't know what's up with the caps) DVD/CD Tuesday?
  5. I pity da fool dat says **** da school! Not really, I just thought that sounded cool. Anyway, I'm a senior in high school taking AP Computer Science (most likely going to take the AB exam) and Latin III. I've basically only taken languages and tech classes as electives in high school...Spanish II-IV, German I, Latin I-II (well, only one semester of each). And then Keyboarding and Intro to Tech IA if you count those as tech classes .
  6. I'm currently purchasing a legal copy of the HL2 soundtrack and so far it's pretty kickin'. Seems pretty similar to HL's music, and if you have watched all of the gameplay/BINK videos, then you would recognize a bit of the soundtrack music.
  7. YES!! At first the whirlwind looked a little CG-ish, but hell no, it was real and PWNED THE LITTLE SOCCER PLAYERS!!
  8. Not yet. It takes place five years after the events of Half-Life, and it appears that the world is quite a different place now, so we won't be seeing any military troops like those from Half-Life.
  9. Do you mean a port of Team Fortress Classic? Or an actual, separate TF mod for HL2? Granted, the latter doesn't sound very likely, given the fact that TFC exists. On the matter of a Source port of TFC, no one really knows; it is a matter of whether you believe Valve will port all the offical HL content like they said they would (you know, OpFor, Blue Shift, officially adopted mods). I really hope they do port TFC, as it was/is one of the top 5 or so most popular HL mods, judging from the Steam player data. Also, I have played TFC for 3 years or so now, and would really love to see it get a big kick in the (behind), as the community seems to really have fallen apart in the past several months, probably because of the switch to Steam. Oh, and Team Fortress 2 (remember that one? ) is, according to Valve, under development on Source, and more information is supposed to surface after the release of HL2. I don't know what to think about this one. Hell Groovy, I don't think anyone here will think you jaded for that; this is the JK Series forums after all . and DF/JK/MotS are definitely the best Star Wars games ever made, hands down. If only they would update them with current graphics technology...man, they could remake all three (or even just one) and sell it for 50$ and I would buy it! And I don't need to wait for reviews for HL2 before I get it: PC Gamer already gave it a 98%, and several other magazines have rated it quite highly too.
  10. From my favorite website Actiontrip: http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=19615 "The standard Xbox Next will not include a hard drive, which will allow Microsoft to cut costs on this basic unit. Xbox Next HD, as you might imagine, does include a hard drive and will offer increased functionality based on this. Xbox Next PC is, according to the presentation, an entry-level PC that runs Windows and all standard PC software. It also includes CD Burner, Wireless keyboard, mouse and controller and will work best connected to a high-definition TV or PC monitor. Media Center functionality - like movies, music and photos - is also included. The device will also play most available PC games." Makes me really sad .
  11. HAVE AT YOU!! Well okay then, to me it is belief, and if that's your determination for whether something is "believed" or not (that it hasn't been disproven), then why do religious people say that they "believe?" Religion as a whole hasn't been disproven, much like it can't be proven; the same with science. The grand majority of people just don't care enough to refine their usage of the word "believe" because to them, what they "believe" is true. I'm sure you could apply this stance on "believing" to other subjects; however, none come to mind immediately. Maybe I shouldn't have gone to bed at 4 last night...
  12. Hey, I'm one of those students! Yes, our state sucks, at least on the standpoint of education and in comparison to the rest of the nation. What are we, last in average SAT score (1024 I think it is)? Pretty pathetic if you ask me. And I actually have one of these physics books with a sticker: it's on the inside cover, and when I first saw it state that evolution is only a theory and is not meant to be espoused as truth in the text, I immediately pencilled in "Hell no! It's true!". You know, just to inform whomever is the honored recipient of my textbook in the future . I really don't see why there has to be such a grand hubbub about the whole matter...see, this is one of the reasons I do not like organized religion: there is always a conflict with some aspect of the state or science, ALWAYS! Since I've had to suffer through sunday school practically my entire life (I'm an atheist now, GG Catholicism) I've heard the BS junk about the creation story being a metaphor, that the "seven days" should not necessarily be read explicitly as "seven days," but as however long - millenia, hundreds of years, whatever - as was necessary to create everything. To me, though, this just furthers my belief that nothing should be based on anything stated in the Bible, ESPECIALLY the Old Testament. We all know that the Old Testament is...well, "old" and thereby contains some "old-fashioned" ideas (see Leviticus), and isn't Genesis the first chapter in the Bible? Alright, to try to clear up what I think, as I'm not really sure of the significance of what I just said: it is most unfortunate for organized religions, or at least Christianity/Catholicism, that there is such a division of thinking among the believers. Some think homosexuals should be damned, some do not. Some support the death penalty, some do not. Some believe in evolution, some (sadly) do not. There is always a split or an exception involved in every major issue. How can a religion be of any good if, clearly, so many different interpretations of the book that defines its fundamentals exist?
  13. ::barely manages to pull leg out of thick muck:: Man, what kind of place is this?? Gah, brain-sucking mynocks! Seems like you could lose your mind here...
  14. And the Xbox 2 will be able to play Xbox games, right? Hmm....when will the price for Xboxes drop to $20 or so? Crap, wait, that will never happen...oh well, looks like I'm back to saving up for better computer parts .
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